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«Composites World» blog mentions TUBALL as one of the promising products for nanotechnology integration

Researchers confirm exceptional capability of carbon-based additives to significantly enhance material properties, but, as the authors admit: "There are many commercialization challenges in moving beyond the lab", fortunatelly that's where we come into play: "One promising nanotechnology product is offered by OCSiAl".

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Test results for composites made with carbon nanotube carboxylic acid (CNT-COOH) and few layered graphene carboxylic acid (FLG-COOH) show that adding nanomaterials increases compression strength 13 percent vs. normalized properties and boosts CAI by 50 percent. SOURCE: Cardiff University.